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Hybrid materials made of cardiac cells and carbon nanotubes might patch damaged hearts and provide muscle for robots made of living tissues.
Scientists have found a new way to detect signs of heart disease by looking inside blood vessels.
Researchers show that a smart phone can measure some vital signs accurately and conveniently.
The treatment causes adult heart-muscle cells to proliferate and cardiac function to improve.
Nanowire arrays could be used for future medical implants.
Donor hearts could make good scaffolding for new organs.
Two groups of scientists have independently identified a genetic variant that significantly raises the risk of heart disease.
So far, clinical studies have produced mixed results, but a new set of trials aim to sort out the best approaches to therapy.
Researchers create carbon nanotubes that mimic natural tissue and can regenerate heart cells in a dish.
Rising levels of donor DNA in recipients’ blood could mean the organ is in danger.